Cutler Institute

Enhance Your Data Capacity with a DIP Research Assistant!

The DIP's Community Research Assistantship Program places DIP-trained University of Southern Maine graduate research assistants in community organizations to advance the applied research and evaluation efforts of these organizations.

The objectives of this program are to:

  • Enhance the data capacity of nonprofits/community organizations
  • Develop the skills of USM graduate students in the fields of applied research and program evaluation in the social sector.  

The DIP is now accepting applications for both community organizations and USM graduate students. Nonprofits/community organizations should APPLY BY JULY 15 for an Assistantship beginning Fall 2018.